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    As most probably have read, there was a weird incident in Pennsylvania recently where 100 monkeys that were being shipped to a lab escaped after a vehicle accident on the highway. (It was all over MSM in the states.)


    Immediately my spidey mind wondered about this "lab monkey" idea, as it is not a new idea; we have had "aids monkeys", "12 Monkeys", "Shock the Monkey", and all kinds of other monkey themes for many years.

    Anyway, I do see just a couple of warning MSM flames popping up, and thinking we might want to keep our eyes open, just in case. So:

    CDC: Three monkeys caught and euthanized after crash near Danville
    Friday night Newswatch 16 spoke with Michelle Fallon of Danville, who saw the entire accident. She jumped into action; helping both drivers and the loads they were carrying.
    "I walk up back on the hill and this guy tells me, 'Oh, he's hauling cats. I said, 'oh.' So I go over to look in the crate and there's this green cloth over it. So I peel it back, I stick my finger in there and go 'kitty, kitty.' It pops its head up and it's a monkey," Fallon said.
    Fallon was contacted Saturday by the CDC and was told to monitor herself for any cold-like symptoms.
    She shared the letter from the CDC with Newswatch 16; it reads in part that, "the surviving monkeys will be quarantined and will be monitored for infectious diseases for at least 31 days before their release."
    More at Link

    Also read that these monkeys were shipped from Mauritius, so:

    Infected Monkeys—This Is How Pandemics Start
    The monkeys had just arrived in New York from what is likely a squalid breeding farm in Mauritius. They had not been quarantined, and their health status was unknown. Monkeys can carry lethal pathogens that spread through their saliva, blood, feces, and urine. Photos taken at the site of the Pennsylvania monkey crash reveal a worrying lack of biosecurity—people dragging boxes barehanded, motorists sticking their faces into crates, and of course, the escaped, likely terrified and disoriented monkeys who were thrown out into freezing cold weather and will likely die from their injuries and/or exposure or be killed.
    More at Link from PETA
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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    It gives off a similar vibe to the recent story about the USA funded military bio lab in Kazakhstan being overrun (or not) by whoever.

    If we're ever beset by the covaids flubola pox, then it wouldn't surprise me to see it ushered in via news like the above.

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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    The movie '28 Days Later' involves an escaped monkey from an experiment releasing a virus that destroys civilisation:



    I thought of it when I saw this story. Predictive programming?

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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    Something doesn't seem right to me with this story. If those are lab monkeys, it seems logical to me that they should be transported in separate cages, each in his own cage.

    If that is the case, there is 0% chance that all cages would break open in a crash.

    I doubt that this is a coincidence, I guess that there is some plan behind this.

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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    Quote Posted by Sue (Ayt) (here)
    Immediately my spidey mind wondered about this "lab monkey" idea, as it is not a new idea; we have had "aids monkeys", "12 Monkeys", "Shock the Monkey", and all kinds of other monkey themes for many years.
    And don't forget the story of "Dr. Mary's Monkey", the story that links monkeys, vaccines and the JFK assassination.




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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    Quote Posted by XelNaga (here)
    Something doesn't seem right to me with this story. If those are lab monkeys, it seems logical to me that they should be transported in separate cages, each in his own cage.

    If that is the case, there is 0% chance that all cages would break open in a crash.

    I doubt that this is a coincidence, I guess that there is some plan behind this.
    I thought that too, anything for lab work surely has to be as clean / uncontaminated as possible, this has all the elements of seeding ideas & expectations in peoples minds

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    Quote Posted by Sue (Ayt) (here)
    As most probably have read, there was a weird incident in Pennsylvania recently where 100 monkeys that were being shipped to a lab escaped after a vehicle accident on the highway. (It was all over MSM in the states.)


    Immediately my spidey mind wondered about this "lab monkey" idea, as it is not a new idea; we have had "aids monkeys", "12 Monkeys", "Shock the Monkey", and all kinds of other monkey themes for many years.

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    CDC: Three monkeys caught and euthanized after crash near Danville
    Friday night Newswatch 16 spoke with Michelle Fallon of Danville, who saw the entire accident. She jumped into action; helping both drivers and the loads they were carrying.
    "I walk up back on the hill and this guy tells me, 'Oh, he's hauling cats. I said, 'oh.' So I go over to look in the crate and there's this green cloth over it. So I peel it back, I stick my finger in there and go 'kitty, kitty.' It pops its head up and it's a monkey," Fallon said.
    Fallon was contacted Saturday by the CDC and was told to monitor herself for any cold-like symptoms.
    She shared the letter from the CDC with Newswatch 16; it reads in part that, "the surviving monkeys will be quarantined and will be monitored for infectious diseases for at least 31 days before their release."
    More at Link

    Also read that these monkeys were shipped from Mauritius, so:

    Infected Monkeys—This Is How Pandemics Start
    The monkeys had just arrived in New York from what is likely a squalid breeding farm in Mauritius. They had not been quarantined, and their health status was unknown. Monkeys can carry lethal pathogens that spread through their saliva, blood, feces, and urine. Photos taken at the site of the Pennsylvania monkey crash reveal a worrying lack of biosecurity—people dragging boxes barehanded, motorists sticking their faces into crates, and of course, the escaped, likely terrified and disoriented monkeys who were thrown out into freezing cold weather and will likely die from their injuries and/or exposure or be killed.
    More at Link from PETA
    Lol!

    If you watch the video - imagine being the cop walking through the forrest looking for a monkey!

    And in Pennsylvania, if I remember correctly - outside of the cities there are a lot of hills and forested areas.

    I feel bad for the monkey honestly.

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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    On CNN there is a photo of the boxes the monkeys were in...very sad looking, no cages to be seen. They report all monkey are accounted for. I can't imagine where they are headed.

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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    Well, as long as the 100th monkey got away, all will be well in my world LOL.

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    Was listening to a podcast recently, can't remember where , it was stated that all the monkeys were killed during the covid jab trials, the ones that didn't die initially had liver inflammation issues before they died .But they did indeed all die. Then Fauci and company grated 27 million to have another harvest of new monkeys to kill . Everyone remembers the beagles that he paid for to have their vocal cords ripped out while they were being eaten by flys? Turns out now during the podcast that there is funding now for monkeys to get hormone drugs to turn them into transgender monkeys to see why the covid jab or illness reacts differently to transgender? What a sick and warped world these individuals live in .

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    Quote Friday night Newswatch 16 spoke with Michelle Fallon of Danville, who saw the entire accident. She jumped into action; helping both drivers and the loads they were carrying.
    "I walk up back on the hill and this guy tells me, 'Oh, he's hauling cats. I said, 'oh.' So I go over to look in the crate and there's this green cloth over it. So I peel it back, I stick my finger in there and go 'kitty, kitty.' It pops its head up and it's a monkey," Fallon said.
    Fallon was contacted Saturday by the CDC and was told to monitor herself for any cold-like symptoms.
    She shared the letter from the CDC with Newswatch 16; it reads in part that, "the surviving monkeys will be quarantined and will be monitored for infectious diseases for at least 31 days before their release."
    What's so peculiar to me, is that if they're going to put all of these monkeys into quarantine, why wouldn't they also ask the people who were exposed to the accident (like Michelle Fallon) to also go immediately into quarantine as well? She literally stuck her hand in the crate. Who knows how many more people touched the crates or monkeys for that matter. It seems a risk not worth taking given that we have no idea what the monkeys have been exposed to or were used for.

    I feel sorry for the monkeys

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    Default Re: Monkey Concern

    Quote Posted by Lilyofthestars (here)
    I feel sorry for the monkeys
    Me too.
    And then I wondered if this accident was even real at all, or could it be a set-up to blame any future vax side-effects on the monkeys?
    (hmmmm - don't mind me. I do like to indulge in run-away speculations sometimes!)

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    This is the storyline for the movie Outbreak.
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    Quote Colonel Dr. Sam Daniels has just divorced his wife Robby Keough, who works at the CDC. Out of the blue, he is assigned by his superior General Billy Ford to investigate a lethal disease in an African village with his crew formed by the scientist Casey Schuler and Major Dr. Salt. They are impressed by the disease and Colonel Daniels reports to General Ford his findings afraid of contamination in the USA. However General Ford tells that the disease kills so fast that would never reach their country. However, an African smuggled monkey carrier of the disease is brought to USA and the customs employee Jimbo Scott unsuccessfully tries to sell the animal. He releases the monkey in the woods and spreads the disease in the beginning of an outbreak in a small town in California. Now Colonel Daniels, his ex-wife and their teams must fight the invisible enemy while Colonel Daniels discovers dark secrets from his superior General Donald McClintock.
    This is in the trivia for the movie Contagion.
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    Quote In this movie, the CDC chooses those born on March 10 to be the first to receive the vaccine. March 10 1995 was the original U.S. release date of the original viral blockbuster "Outbreak" (1995).
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    “Because you have kept the word of my patience, I also shall keep you from the trial that is going to come over the entire inhabited world, to test the inhabitants of The Earth.”

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    Quote Posted by pyrangello (here)
    Was listening to a podcast recently, can't remember where , it was stated that all the monkeys were killed during the covid jab trials, the ones that didn't die initially had liver inflammation issues before they died .But they did indeed all die. Then Fauci and company grated 27 million to have another harvest of new monkeys to kill . Everyone remembers the beagles that he paid for to have their vocal cords ripped out while they were being eaten by flys? Turns out now during the podcast that there is funding now for monkeys to get hormone drugs to turn them into transgender monkeys to see why the covid jab or illness reacts differently to transgender? What a sick and warped world these individuals live in .

    saw this on the InfoWars site....

    https://www.infowars.com/posts/peta-...auci-be-fired/

    Quote In an exclusive interview with Breitbart News, the vice president of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) called for the firing of White House Chief Medical Advisor and Director of the NIAID Dr. Anthony Fauci over “failed” animal experimentation by the National Institutes of Health (NIH), highlighting the billions wasted on cruel projects and “illogical” studies such as attempts at creating transgender monkeys, while praising Republicans for “leading the way” on these issues.

    Speaking with Breitbart News on Thursday, PETA Senior Vice President Kathy Guillermo, who has served the animal rights group for 33 years, weighed in on the current opposition to “failed” animal experiments, calling attention to the NIH’s squandering of nearly half its annual budget on such failed experiments, as well as her group’s proposed alternative methods of research.
    note.... highlighting the billions wasted on cruel projects and “illogical” studies such as attempts at creating transgender monkeys,

    it's not really 'illogical' when we remember that the whole covid scam is just part of a wider agenda involving transhumanism and transgenderism.... this is a great cause for concern - for the poor monkeys used in cruel experiments and for the purpose of such experiments... I wonder if some transgender creating experimentation has been slipped into the 'covid' injection roll out - I wouldn't be surprised if it was... and I also wouldn't be surprised if the aim was to give transgender creating injections to most human babies in the future - if 'they' have their way... and that's why they mustn't be allowed to have their way...

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    and for the record... I think that modern medicine is based on evil because of the suffering and cruelty involving animals that underpins it all... and when the root of something is evil - then not much good can come of it in the long run...

    Dr Robert Malone made a remark in one of his interviews that if there were mice making decisions at the gates of heaven he wouldn't be getting in - (something along those lines) it was a throw away remark on the face of it but I think it showed that it was something he had thought about deeply and was acknowledging the wrongness of using God's/Earth's Creatures for experiments where they suffered and their lives were filled with misery and fear...

    I would support the ending of ALL animal experiments - in ALL fields of science and medicine....
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    I didn't read any comment here yet that seemed to be aware that the original post video/report states only 4 got out and only 1 was still missing.

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    Witness at scene of CDC lab monkeys crash has developed symptoms.
    Michelle Fallon is living a nightmare. And, she’s ready to put that nightmare on record.

    The Danville woman is now experiencing symptoms, believed to be related to her close encounter with wild monkeys, when the trailer they were riding in collided with a dump truck and unloaded their cages all over Route 54 on Friday afternoon. (The monkeys were destined for an unidentified Centers for Disease Control lab, in the Midwest.)

    The following day, Fallon developed a cough and something that resembled “pink-eye.” And, by Sunday, she was visiting the Geisinger Medical Center emergency room, where infectious disease doctors were consulted. Fallon has since received her first (of 4) preventative rabies shots; as well as a prescription for a 14-day course of Valacyclovir.

    The stay-at-home mom, who shared that she was fully vaccinated and received her booster, was also tested for Covid, but the results at the ER were negative.

    Fallon is still processing the sequence of events that unfolded on Friday. She pulled over to check on the condition of the accident victims, but she said they were more concerned about press coverage of the incident.

    The driver of the truck hauling the monkeys, identified in a press release from PA State Police, as Cody M. Brooks, 31, of Keystone Heights, FL even went so far as to put his hand in the camera of a local Press-Enterprise reporter. “He was very, very upset,” said Fallon. “He was in a panic.” Brooks passenger, Daniel G. Adkins, 59, of Florahome, FL required transport to Geisinger Medical Center for an injury.

    https://hbg100.com/2022/01/24/witnes...oped-symptoms/

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    Quote Posted by Did You See Them (here)
    Witness at scene of CDC lab monkeys crash has developed symptoms.
    Michelle Fallon is living a nightmare. And, she’s ready to put that nightmare on record.

    The Danville woman is now experiencing symptoms, believed to be related to her close encounter with wild monkeys......
    I could have written this for the desperate hoaxers yesterday now trying everything and anything. The level of gross absurdity in this agenda is off the scale.

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    Quote Posted by waves (here)
    Quote Posted by Did You See Them (here)
    Witness at scene of CDC lab monkeys crash has developed symptoms.
    Michelle Fallon is living a nightmare. And, she’s ready to put that nightmare on record.

    The Danville woman is now experiencing symptoms, believed to be related to her close encounter with wild monkeys......
    I could have written this for the desperate hoaxers yesterday now trying everything and anything. The level of gross absurdity in this agenda is off the scale.

    Can't believe this thing is actually gaining legs.
    Too long to copy, but this link is over the top.

    Scroll down to the FB post under her picture.
    Sure enough, when I logged onto FB to check, a search for her name brings up "trending" topics.

    (I also noticed There is an imbd page for a Michelle Fallon....)
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    [QUOTE=Sue (Ayt) Can't believe this thing is actually gaining legs......[/QUOTE]

    Don't forget those legs don't really exist except as faked numbers, faked replies, all manufactured 'momentum' trying look like the real thing.... like the whole hoax!!

    But I think this one is going to wither pretty fast like the smallpox one even the normies didn't buy. What were the others? :-) There's been a bunch already.

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    Maybe a stretch, but knowing what we do about our in-house psychopaths: Maybe it's a tow-the-line-or-else warning for Biden OR from Biden. Danville is 60 miles from Scranton, his birthplace. 🤔
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